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Friday afternoon one-liners

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Meandering our way through the offseason, a single one-liner at a time…

Steve Spurrier received a $100,000 bonus for his South Carolina players’ performance in the classroom.

Anderson Independent Mail: Tiger fans disappointed, outraged over Howard’s Rock vandalism.

– Michigan’s Outback Bowl loss cost the athletic department $1,733,382, although the school will wind up making money in the end.

Mlive.com: Michigan State incoming linebacker Jon Reschke ready to hit the field, film room.

– Joining a host of other SEC coaches, Gus Malzahn is now a paid spokesman and is filming commercials for a poor man’s Chevy Ford trucks.

Daily Oklahoman: Oklahoma assistant coach Jay Norvell is inspired by the passion, joy of young campers.

– Virginia Tech still has a limited number of tickets available for its opener against Alabama.

– Washington has scheduled a 2018 game with FCS school North Dakota.

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5 Responses to “Friday afternoon one-liners”
  1. manik56 says: Jun 14, 2013 3:09 PM

    John Cooper finally made the Ohio State Athletic Hall of Fame this week. He was onc (in)famous for hot tub commercials. Top that Gus!

  2. tlmoon2112 says: Jun 14, 2013 3:43 PM

    Howard’s Rock vandalized right after Harvey Updyke gets released from prison. WHAT ARE THE ODDS??

    ROLL TURD!

  3. pricecube says: Jun 14, 2013 4:14 PM

    Good for South Carolina/Spurrier. More schools should have such stipulations. Most of those kids are not going to the NFL and this economy is rough.

  4. classyjacklambert says: Jun 14, 2013 5:27 PM

    All jokes aside, congrats to Spurrier, academics should always be at the forefront of the college experience, and excelling should always be rewarded.

  5. helladonks says: Jun 14, 2013 8:38 PM

    Inb4 “hurr durr, SEC players cheat and their professors get paid more to ‘pass’ them, derp”‘

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